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and conversation between susie and jean paul gaultier. i feel very fortunate at the fine arts museum because in fact susie mencus' son lives in the bay area and she comes frequently to visit the family. it is always my favorite time of in the exhibition, when she comes and i get to walk through the exhibition with her. it is so learnful. i wanted to share that opportunity with the rest of the bay area. one of my favorites, during the laurent exhibition, one of my favorite moments is one suzy stopped in her tracks. she said, this is it, this is what is true of any great artist or any great designer. when they do something, it can be shocking and avant-garde, but years later, we stand and look at it and believe it has always existed. i think that this is true of jean paul gaultier's work. i know that have been friends for a very long time. it is my honor to introduce both suzy menkes, fashion editor of the international herald tribune, and mr. jean paul gaultier. [applause] >> the love seat. [laughter] i just want to know, can you hear me? please shout loudly if you cannot. [laughter] yes or n
creeps higher and weep previ will watch that. ross westgate will report from st. paul's cathedral. >>> biggest news this morning, china's local government debt is spiraling out of control at least according to one senior chinese auditor talking to ft. he says he stopped signing off on bond sales by local governments and says the situation could spark a crisis bigger than the u.s. housing crash. a top executive disagrees. the head of china's main sovereign wealth fund speaking exclusively to cnbc this morning had this to say. >> i don't think it's out of control. there were some people who were a bit worried about that. the government has been taking care of this issue over the last two years or something because the local government debt was financing the infrastructure projects. basically most of those infrastructure projects are sound. the only issue is how can we get all of these projects done so they can generate revenues for the local government so that it can payback the debt. of course i think it's very important for us to wind down this whole process in a well ordered mann
support. yesterday, in the "washington post," chris cillizza and paul cain wrote about the nightmare amendment scenario, argue that given the math, it's easier to imagine amendments favored by gun rights advocates than amendments on things like renewing the assault weapons ban or limiting or outright banning high-capacity magazines. >>> even if the senate imagines to emerge from the debacle with a solid bill, the bill must still pass in the house. surprising exactly no one, speaker john boehner didn't seem exactly eager to take up the legislation. >> i fully expect that the house will act. in some way, shape or form. but to make a blanket commitment without knowing what, what the underlying bill is, i think would be irresponsible on my part. joining me today, washington bureau chief at the the "huffington post," ryan grimm, vanessa is a contributor at "new york magazine," and bob herbert at dimos and ben smith from buzz feed is here. i don't want to be a naysayer, yesterday we were having a fairly good day, democrats and republicans were working together and it seemed like for the fi
and most long lasting competitors is the black hills of south dakota. meet paul bellamy. paul bellamy is in the driver's seat. now, he appears in some histories of the united nations, and he and the interest of the black hills are always sort of the throwaway line, right? they're the stand in, the shorthand for expressing the ridiculous lengths that the american booster campaign, um, went to. how much, i spent a little time in south dakota and a little time getting to know paul bellamy and his campaign, and i came to have a different idea about this. and this was true for me of a lot of the campaigners that seemed just a little out there, right? just a little wacky to be on the list for the potential capital of the world. this is paul bellamy in 1936. you can see he's driving finishing dr -- fdr, and they are on their way to a dedication of one of the carvings on mount rushmore. bellamy was the owner of a transportation company, so it often fell to him to drive the celebrities that came to mount rushmore or other sites in the region. but he also organized tours for other visitors. he
senator rand paul gave a speech in washington, d.c. o on that night's program, i give a monologue critical even at times mocking of paul's speech. the day essence, a number of folks, some i really respect, have been critical of my own tone towards paul. the writer freddy de boer said i was giggling from the rook and the sheer lack of any grace among some liberal commentators on what was an obvious outreach to african-americans depresses m me. and a writer i have tremendous respect for accused me of falling short of cable news pathologies, which is bad. critics get one thing right. in going to paul's outright lying i owe mighted playing this bit of the speech, which what's great. and best received by the audience. >> i'm working with democratic senators to make sure that kids who have made bad decisions, such as nonviolent possession of drugs, are not imprisoned for lengthy sentences. i'm working to make sure that first time offenders are put into counseling and not imprisoned with hardened criminals. we should not take away anyone's future over one mistake. >> we should have played that bi
, the very next day, a republican took him up on it. republican senator rand paul from the great state of kentucky took a trip to the hispanic chamber of commerce. senator paul's argument for why hispanic should vote republican hinged on an argument that hispanics, obviously, agree with republicans on social conservative issues. everybody knows, he said, that hispanics are wildly opposed to abortion rights and wildly opposed to same-sex marriage. that may be senator rand paul's view of what hispanics belief, it is not, in fact, the truth. he then transitioned from the stereotype part of the program to this part of the program. >> there's a hilarious episode on "seinfeld," any fans? where jerry admits that he loves asian women, but he frets and worries, he said, is it racist to like a certain race? >> don't do it, don't do it, just don't. >> so, it is with trepidation that i'd like to express my admiration today for the romance of the latin culture. [ laughter ] >> back to the drawing board, priebus! he could not have known that the day right after his let's reach out to minorities pres
earlier, prior to the vote, senators mike paul and ted cruz released a joint statement including that the "it is expected that the toomey/manchin provision will replace the current language regarding background check, yet as of this morning not a single senator has been provided the legislative language of this provision, because the background check measure is a centerpiece of this legislation, it is critical that we know what is in to vote on it. that makes sense to me. how are you? >> i'm fine. how are you? i was on line trying to find the language. i thought this was so strange. this is a bill everyone is talking about, and we can't find the toomey/manchin compromise. >> sean: what bothers me most you, you look at aurora, newtown, there's nothing proposed here, not a single thing that would have prevented the tragedy. >> right. >> sean: i have a solution. i would put retired military, retired police, in every school in the country, just like we protect presidents, politicians, hollywood liberals, sports stars and our money. why not do that? >> right. i'm not a huge fan of tha
want to read to you. president obama said chain c.p.i. was the number one thing he wanted. now paul ryan says: in other words, i don't care, not a big deal not enough. number one isn't this horrible negotiation strategy, give them what they want and they immediately turn around and go great, i already have it, now i want more, more, more, more. >> it's also an interesting political dynamic here in that yes, this is -- how many times have we seen this? we've seen it over and over again through the budget negotiations we've seen it through the debt ceiling where president obama is moving in their direction and it's still never enough. it's never going to be enough. interestingly here to beth's point, you have a potential strategy here where president obama is demonstrating yet again another object lesson that the republicans are intransigent, not willing to do anything he propose's -- cenk: i got to ask you though, you're all right beth's right joe's right, he's proving over and over republicans are intransigent, but then gives republicans when they wanted and gives it to them again a
't be surprised. this is the same party that let kentucky senator rand paul actually lecture students about black history. >> do you think the republicans or democrats, would everybody in here know that they are republicans? >> yes. >> all right 6. you know more than i know. i don't mean that to be insulting. i'm trying to find out what the connection is. >> the gop is trying to find out what the connection is. okay. but they need to try a little harder. joining me now is melissa harris-perry, also lauren ashburn. thank you both for coming on the show tonight. >> thank you. >> tonight, melissa, let me ask you, did republicans flunk those classes they took earlier on how to talk to women and minorities? i mean, minority. >> you know, it's funny. it's like listening to the rand paul lecture very closely. it's like they were excited about this moment in american history when republicans were, in fact, the party of progressive, racial change. right? so they are thinking, all i've got to do is remind people that this label republican used to be on the people who were for integration or at least for fu
-year-old paul pope, alleged playboy of palm beach, against his socialite mother who he says threatened to kidnap his kids. pope showed us around his not too south florida pad. >> are there any rules in the feud of the popes? >> apparently with my mom, it's none. he said i'm going to get a kidnap and ransom policy. the beneficiary is the kidnapper. >> let me get this straight. somebody kidnaps her son, that's the person who gets the money for the policy? >> according to my mother, yeah. >> reporter: he says he h took it as a threat. lois pope calls it outrageous and said it was pope's idea to take owl the policy. perhaps because this is one of the nastiest feud's around -- >> now the family that founded it sold the company is having to deal with what they've been giving out for so many years. >> reporter: lois has accused him of an extravagant and excessive lifestyle. he accuses her of hording money. >> my new team of investigators and attorneys have found all these things that were wrong, theft, fraud, tax evasion and all these things. >> reporter: but he does say she spends lavishly o
to bring in our cnn legal analyst sounny hostin and paul callan. this has taken a long time to get to this stage, to charges. between seven and eight months long. does that sound like it's too long or just about right? >> no. it sounds like it's taken an awfully long time. i'm curious to know what the details are going to be. if we have photos of her being sexually assaulted or raped, that's against the law. we'll have to wait and see what law enforcement had in their hands at the time. >> you mentioned the photos. apparently the allegations are some of these photos were her naked with drawings on her body. i'm trying to equate that with the charge of sexual battery. what does that charge mean? >> i mean, the bottom line is, it's a sexual assault. if you have a rape including a sexual battery, you have someone being harmed and drawn on and that sort of thing, it escalates the behavior. but i completely agree with paul, this is -- i'm just shocked that law enforcement would take this long to act. this sort of situation happens all across our country. unfortunately, you have drinking
mayor. and our allstar panel will discuss ron paul's curriculum and get hate tweets and e-mails. >> why did you have to egg him on? on. >> you don't have to egg him on. >> that's right. let's welcome our guest. >> she is so cute snuggles the bear adds her to his laundry. that's grizzly. i am here with author, columnist and fox news contributor jedediah bila. and he is so smooth that peanut butter puts him on its celery. it is rick g ri nel. and in some countries he is considered a mop. it is bill schulz. and jim norton will be performing at caroline's, the legendary caroline's in new york city, thursday through sunday, a day of the week. >> a block. the lede. that's the first story. back to you, big guy. it is funny because you are small. >> this editorial liesing is getting too much. but oh well. will his tears bring four more years. anthony wiener is now considering a run for new york city mayor according to an overly long new york times piece. look at that cover. the frothy piece ser
we get on to rand paul? >> parents are paying a lot of money to educate their children and this guy is spewing this kind of ignorance and hated. parents that have kids at usc call the university and do something about it pull your kid out of this class or ask them to. >> pull your kid out of this professor. >> the united states of america has the best universities and colleges of any place in the world? >> you know what -- >> -- bar none. >> this isn't part of the -- >> year ending june 30th, 2012 the revenues 2.3 billion. of that 324 million roughly 10% came from government contracts and grants which is taxpayer money. >> which is where some of the great discoveries have been found in universities. >> true. >> what are you doing this now? helicopter or what? >> here is why i'm doing this. tell somebody else because my ear piece went out we did call the school. they are going to get back to us? tell kimberly or someone, please? >> talk about rand paul? had enough of this guy. >> too we have time? let's go to rand paul he spoke at howard university, predominantly black college. and i
of seven includes marco rubio, paul rand, chris christie, ryan should be the nominal front-runner, and that's how he starts the cycle, if you will, when we tested him in december. ryan narrowly has leads, if you will, paul and rubio, among republicans, higher popularity rating among republicans. 49-point positive rating. that's nearly 20 points higher than where christie starts in 2013, among members of his own party. we tested him in january. same month that he blasted the house gop majority for stalling a hurricane sandy relief package. among self-described conservatives, the order and person popularity is the same. ryan, paul, rubio with christie trailing. 35 points, by the way, separate ryan and christie. only 41% of romney voters have a positive view of christie, his public embrace of the president during hurricane sandy may go a long way to explaining that number. 56% view rubio positively, 62% for paul, and ryan leads with 68%. but looking at a broader slice of the electorate, christie, general election advantages become clear. he leads among men. 23-net positive rating. christie als
talks about minority outreach and rand paul's remarks at howard university in washington, d.c. and later, high school students in the u.s. senate youth program. i really learned, politics, it's about people that really interact, and we learned that we can do this, we are all capable of being leaders of our country, and it's about working together and finding common ground. >> before this program, i really wasn't all that optimistic about the future because like jay said, all the media shows is the negative aspects about the future, and i think this program really made us all more optimistic about the future and more positive about where our country is going. >> we get the negative opinion from all the news media, whether it's msnbc on the left or fox on the right, but the fact of the matter is that every day they're working together, you know. justice kagan is able to put behind her differences and go hunting with justice scalia and our students each lunch together and it happens every day. >> i thought president obama said something perfect the other day, he said our country has been in
rubio, ted cruz and rand paul were all threatening to filibuster a bill before it even saw the light of day. that got totally shot down this week, in part, because other republicans disagreed with it. does that take away some of the power that ruin yo, cruz and paul might have had in this debate? >> it delays it a little bit. first of all, let's be realistic here. the reason that the filibuster was not established is because of an agreement between senators manchin and toomey that presented a watered down version of gun registration. of the record checks. that kind of thing. already watered down. as we know, any attempt at an assault weapons ban is doomed in the united states senate. now we have this laborious process of senate debate you going to be amendments probably going to weaken it even further. you have the nra waiting for that deterioration to take place. you have politicians that quake at the sight of an nra lobbyist faced with a dilemma. are they influenced by the very human tragedy they are being faced with or will the instincts to quake at the feet of the nra going to ta
the coalition a big round of applause and i especially want to acknowledge that liaison, paul kumar, i don't see him in the crowd. i think it's fair to say that paul was an integral part to making this happen. thank you paul for your great work. let me talk about saint luke's, in life you come to full circle. i first came to saint luke's when i finished school. i graduated and didn't have health insurance and i was pretty sick and i didn't know what to do. i learned about saint luke's it where people who find themselves in my predictment go. my mom was ill and we had to take her to the er. they saved her life. it's very personal to me. the test for me has always been we want saint luke's to be a world class hospital. this dealen insures that we get that. we have 120 beds. which is a 50 percent increase from the original proposal, but more importantly, saint luke's plays a more important role as part of the larger cpmc system. cpmc by making it a larger hospital is making a real commitment to ensure this hospital will continue to serve this community for years to come. it's not just the size of
this. i do not have my gaultier touch at that time. so then it was like to make jean paul gaultier for ermez. no, sorry, to make ermez through the eyes of jean paul gaultier. i love that. then there was a death. it was seven years after our collaboration. i think it was good to go in, because my life was not with ermez. it was for my own company. so we changed. we pushed. spanish rudes, perfume routes. sounds very good to my ears. i am a quite truthful person >. >> is there always going to be a controversial side of jean paul gaultier? there was a time when you were inspired by rabbis. i believe you're in new york, there were a bunch of rabbis he saw walking by the public library, you turned it into a collection. you must have known this was dramatic and would be alarming to people. >> i should say that in some way, i think i have a kind of innocence. like that is not that big part of me. when it is beautiful, i believe in it. i saw it was beautiful. i wanted to show it. for me, it was so strong, the impression. it was beautiful. and with a lot of meaning for me. it was meaning for
>> final farewell to margaret thatcher. people gather in st. paul's cathedral for a final goodbye to britain oppose the only female prime minister. assome did turn their backs it made its way. on the whole, this ceremonial funeral for margaret thatcher has been peaceful and respectful. hello. this is al jazeera, live from in doha. also ahead, glass in bengaluru. -- blasts. in the's main opposition party has been targeted. anthony nicolas checque on the boston bombing. the mpia reveals photographs on an explosive device that they say involves kitchen pressure cookers. 0-- the fbi reveals photographs. the funeral for margaret thatcher has just ended in london. her body lay overnight in parliament. the procession traveled through central london to st. paul's cathedral. large crowds gathered along the route. 4000 police officers were on duty. a funeral service with military honors was held in st. paul's cathedral. world leaders were among 2300 guests. current prime minister david cameron and tyler the queen were there. the second time the queen has attended a funeral of a british prim
prime minister margaret thatcher has been laid to rest in a ceremony at st. paul's cathedral pier g was a divisive figure -- st. paul's cathedral. she was a divisive figure. she ushered in policies that continue to impact the country. >> thing then was silent as the first female and longest -- big ben was silent as the first female and longest-serving prime minister was laid to rest. >> the final journey for margaret thatcher, a carriage bearing her coffin wound its way through the streets of london. the carriage and the route manned by members of the armed services, many who had fought in the falklands war. thousands lined the procession routes. a applauded -- they applauded and cheered as the carriage passed by. other terrorist -- others turned their backs and protest as the carriage passed by -- in protest as the carriage passed by. and then the arrival at st. paul's cathedral. 2300 guests were invited. among them, queen elizabeth and the duke of edinburgh, current and former prime ministers, people who have shaped the modern world, like the former president of south africa, fw d
: for liz norden, there is no relief. her two sons, paul and jp, each lost a leg and were burned. >> i'm waiting to wake up from this nightmare. i'm hoping it's not real. >> reporter: even secretary of state john kerry, massachusetts senator for 28 years, struggled as he testified before congress. >> you know, boston is not going to be intimidated by this. but we are going to find out who did this. >> reporter: boston is a city still on edge. a bomb scare forced the evacuation of the federal courthouse. and it is a city in mourning. boston university student lingzi lu identified as the third victim of the bombing. the 23-year-old graduate student from china was watching the marathon with two other friends. dave king finished the marathon monday. an hour later he was in the operating room at massachusetts general hospital. the trauma surgeon who served in iraq and afghanistan, suddenly faced decisions he thought he'd left on the battlefield -- whether to amputate. >> naturally, you will always choose life over limb. >> reporter: after multiple amputations and three gruelling days of sur
park this year. paul mccartney, red hot chili peppers and cunnane-inch nails are expected to perform in august. tickets go on sale today at noon on the website. >>> google is announcing a new set of rules this morning for its highly coveted gadget google glass. the company says it will not allow people to resell, loan or give the $1,500 device to anyone else without google's permission first. google says if someone violates the rule, it could deactivate the computerized eyewear and will not issue a refund. another rule, developers will not be allowed to place ads on the device and they cannot charge people to download apps for the eyewear either. >>> for the first time in six years, the warriors are gearing up for the playoffs. golden state locking up the number six seed in the western conference capping off their regular season with a win in portland. last night was all about that guy, steph curry, number 30. he set a new record for three-pointers in a single season. he made it 270 this year, nailing a three-pointer in the second quarter. curry finished the season with 272 baskets f
, there may be some sort of political method to rand paul's reefer madness. something like myself could appeal to young people because some of them think it's a mistake to put kids in jail for marijuana use and throw away the key. >> stephen: what about rand paul, he's propot and if you get high enough maybe you'll forget all the reasons you wouldn't vote for him. even though the republican party is desperate for the youth vote. i don't want republican presidential hopefuls like marco rube yes suddenly selling out their values to get in with the cool kids and it might be too late because he has a serious taste of cotton mouth. [ laughter ] [cheers and applause] so it looks like the republican party might have to get high to get relevant. good luck getting anyone to say that on team here to say that on tv is reason.com editor and chief nick gill dlrks espie. thank you so much for coming here. [cheers and applause] how did this happen? how did we run up the white flag in the war on drugs? nancy reagan loses, cheech and chong win. how did we get here? >> i think what happened is we grew up as a c
in london where we take a live look at the coffin of margaret thatcher as it arrives in st. pauls kau they had dral. amy kellogg joins us from london with more. >> hi patti ann. high hi heather. it is being delivered to the chapel where there will be a short service then it will be carried on to st. paul's cathedral where the funeral is going to take place. vip guests have been arriving over the past hour at st. paul's cathedral. this is going to be the funeral for margaret thatcher who was the first and only female british prime minister and the longest serving prime minister of the 20th century in the united kingdom. she is obviously also the prime minister with the strongest legacy. there are 2,000 guests who have been invited. some of the peers declined to travel because of their age nancy reagan and mikhail gorbachev to name a few but henry kissinger is here as well as james baker and former vice president dick cheney is also here. a congressional delegation from the u.s. will be in attendance. queen elizabeth and prince philip will be here as well as who's who of british polit
with the letter sent to senator wicker and president obama. the man who has been arrested is a man named paul kenneth curtis. joining me is washington post reporter ed o'keefe. what can you tell me about the arrest investigation in d.c.? >> we know an arrest was made today. and the fact that this happened so quickly, we seem to get a sense yesterday they were moving in on someone because senators who were briefed on this yesterday afternoon were told that the suspect they believed had done this was someone who had written to government officials in the past. having tracked suspicious mail cases for a few years, i can tell you there are several different people out there that the u.s. postal investigation, the fbi and the police track on a basis. they can track the handwriting, the style of writing and the materials sent. in this case they were able to move quickly and find this guy, paul kenneth curtis, who lived in this mississippi area. >> we talked to the people down there and they tell us he's an elvis impersonator. his facebook page says he's a self-proclaimed mensa expert. he has a beef
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also see politics that are some individuals involved, and i think when senator rand paul moved sort of into rubio's space of saying i'm the one who's going to convince conservatives to move forward, you've got a lot of interesting moving pieces, but ultimately, you have human beings mind this. the the dream act appealed because of the american dream story. the same with the gun debate with victims and survivors. people care about these stories. i think they are going to matter. >> the issue here, you're talking about guarding the right flank. if you're guarding the right flank with this 15-year penalty, okay, fine, that strikes me as largely symbolic. guarding your right flank with, you know, things that are either going to tear families apart or put people -- >> i'm really annoyed by this human being sort of language. you're talking about an economic question, there are tradeoffs, tradeoffs on this side and that side. there are human beings on both side of the tradeoffs. having an amnesty will, in fact, not serve some people's economic interest at all. those people are human beings
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight a conversation with paul anka. idol toone from teen success. we are glad you joined us. king had that said there is right thing. i try to live my life every day we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminating hunger and we have work to do. fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: paul anka had his first hit "diana" when he was just 15. hit after hit after he remain relevant and end in demand. "myrote a memoir entitled way." ." has a cd entitled "duets the clip you are about to see is from a few years ago. ♪ ♪ what has he got the things he truly not the words of one who kneels. i took the blows but did it my way ♪ [applause] of a: it is hard to think song with a lyric better than that. toiterally was listening aretha franklin. -- sold it. of her version is amazing. you suggested i listen to another. >> i love her. listen to the record. that is one of my favorites. simone and the gip
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. >> but several republicans remain adamantly against this. senators ted cruz, mike lee, and rand paul may not filibuster, but instead they might object to every single procedural move made by democrats drawing out debate for days, even weeks. >> in my view for any legislation that is potentially infringing the bill ever rights, taking away our constitutional protections, i think it should be a 60-vote threshold, and that's what i and a number of other senators are asking for. >> but the families of the victims of newtown say they're ready to fight. they've been meeting with senators in washington to ask for a vote. several lawmakers say the families' words were moving, and right now those family members are part of a group that's filibustering the filibuster, reading the names of all the victims of gun violence until the vote takes place. adding to the debate this morning, the website buzz feed posting a video from an american-born al qaeda spokesman, adam gadahn, talking about how easy it is to get a weapon in the u.s. >> america is absolutely awash with easily obtainable firearms. you c
armstrong williams. followed by kentucky senator rand paul's remark at howard university in washington, d.c. >> i would like to think it is an important book in a sense, it tells you how the court works. there are so few good books out there to explain the process, what are they saying to one another? we see this court that splits the -- see the cases that splittings the court 5-4. it is a book about how the court operates. >> when you dig into the notes and the library of congress, the memorandum, the notes back and forth between justices that are available and a lot of stuff is available. you -- i'm not a lawyer. but i was fascinated by the human side of it. in many cases, justices have -- you can see that justices have
's paul chambers is live with how officers handled that call yesterday. >> reporter: investigators in san francisco are investigating the city's 6th officer involved shooting this year. this comes a week after the police chief with drew his request to arm the police officers with tasers. >> reporter: today no one wanted to talk on camera about last night's officer involved shooting. police say after 9:30 p.m. last night they responded to a 911 call. the caller was a man who just stabbed his brother in law. as officers arrived he came at them with a weapon. >> the man ended up attacking the officers. prior to that he cut his brother in law. >> he was shot and killed by police after not following the orders to put down the hammer. >> after san francisco police chief greg suhr pulled it off the table, where a taser could have saved a life. . >> reporter: it is unclear if it will change the position on requesting tasers but some say the city needs to come up with more non-lethal options. >> in this situation if the taser was available it would have been used. >> with the tools we have the off
is your rent testified on no problems for paul. bottomth he gets ian he would go seven and two-thirds scoreless inning and they manage four hit for second straight day they are struck by brux brave. really, you know, things happen for the best he would got you know, it is different first two ball games we should have won the first one. and you know, we right there on second one we just got lost on them today. so i don't put too much stock in it. biggest thing this year is that in this is division you got act tougher. i don't think will 10 game winner this division. i think, you know, going be battle all year long they played great. and you know, we played a little bit better we probably put ourself in better position. but, you know, we got good taste of what they are bringing to table this year. today the catcher was put on disable list. ram most grabbed left leg. he was bath ling 300. and tough brick for ram most who was coming off knee surgery. >> he has frustrating. for him and for the club. you know to have happen last year and then you know see him come back strong and hav
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. >> woodruff: paul solman returns to new york city's riker's island to explore one way to keep teens from returning to jail: behavioral therapy. >> if we want to change outcomes we have to change behavior, and if we want to change behavior for the long run, we have to change the way we think. >> ifill: margaret warner looks at a billion dollar trove of picasso and other important cubist works, given by one man to the metropolitan museum of art. >> woodruff: and we close with a cuban activist's reflections on freedom, oppression and life as a dissident in her home country. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. tnk y. >> woodruff: the obama administration has rolled out a new budget, but it was clear today the plan is in for
leaked the information? former san diego county zroern, paul finks, says prosecutors have the right target if going after scott london. but attorney mark lapresstie think they should both be hit equally hard. paul, why do you think prosecutors in this case are correct to go harder after the former partner at kpmg? >> well, in this case, the government hopes to scare the hell out of leakers and to tell potential leakers, if you get involved, even for a little bit of money, you will be in a ton of trouble. so if they have their choice between a guy who got a million bucks and a leaker who represents the whole industry, they'll go for the leak every time, again, to scare potential leakers so they do not do this, in any other firm, in any other outfit around the world. >> yeah, i guess there is some credence to saying, look, if you are subject or have access to critical, confidential information, you should be held to a higher standard, not to upset the rules that you signed on to, in taking that job. >> look who's at risk here. kpmg's at risk. the companies involved are at risk. the em
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